Foreign Languages

The demand for foreign languages in both the community and business environment is growing rapidly. Combining a foreign language with another field can open up many possibilities and amplify employment opportunities. A recent study done by the U.S. Department of Labor show that college grads with foreign language skills earn more than those without, and translating is one of the 15 fastest growing occupations in the United States.

Our foreign language degree plan prepares you for a diverse selection of career paths including health science, education, intelligence, journalism and many more. It also enables you to continue your educational path to a baccalaureate degree. Expand your horizons by getting an Associates of Arts in Foreign Language. 

Degree Plans